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    LHBA Member rckclmbr428's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by loghousenut View Post
    Whose is first?
    Me. My telehandler doesn't always go to where I build at. Matter of fact I only use it on about one build a year, which is why I'm going to sell it after I finish my garage. By the time I pay someone to move my lift I'm halfway to paying for a nice new one to be rented.
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    I am going to stack this summer. Once done, my Telehandler will be for sale out of Wisconsin.

    I bought it used out of Detroit and paid someone to haul it to me.

    Biggest mistake I made, was not also buying the bucket and platform attachments he had. Still kicking myself for that one.

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    Bucket and platform? You mean a pallet?
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    He was selling an bucket attachment, like a skid steer has, and a metal standing platform.

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    I still have the pallet you built out of scrap 2 x 6's - Pallet works real well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Upers View Post
    I still have the pallet you built out of scrap 2 x 6's - Pallet works real well!
    Awesome! I think my best pallet was out in Washington state at 2cents build. Sawmill slabs that doubled as a great breakfast table
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    The platform I built held Ronnie up, and he was still coming out of his winter configuration.
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    3146 kilometers away from Loghousenut

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